The Flavasum Trust newsletter

February 2013

GALA DINNER AND ONLINE AUCTION

The first thing we must tell you is that the fundraising  dinner we are holding with the Robert Levy Foundation has been postponed until Wednesday 8 May!

February 2011

It has been a year since we emailed our last newsletter. That was just when NHS London published its independent report into the care and treatment of Barrington McKenzie before he killed Tom. The outcome was as expected, and no different to the hundreds of other reports issued after similar deaths.

Mental Health Tribunal

25 February 2010

NHS London has published today the report of its independent investigation into the care and treatment of Barrington McKenzie, the man who stabbed Tom-Louis Easton to death - and the reason why the Flavasum Trust was set up. Below we include a response from Tom's family, and notice of a BBC2 documentary about killings by people with mental health problems in which Tom's mother is interviewed.

Report of the Independent Investigation into the care and treatment of Barrington McKenzie

A Christmas gift!

Can you help by donating a Christmas present to the Trust?

If you are looking for presents for relatives or friends who have everything, why not send us the money you would have spent on their gifts?

We’ll send them a special card – illustrated with one of the cartoons below – explaining that you have donated their present to the Trust, and telling them what we’re doing.

That way you are helping us get knives and weapons off the street and at the same time giving an unusual Christmas present!

An invitation

If you are working with agencies or organisations tasked with helping disadvantaged, marginalised or at-risk young people, or are responsible for developing policy or funding strategies, this invitation is for you!

The Flavasum Collection: making the case for theatre as a way to reach and engage marginalised young people

 

Friday 13 November, 10am-1pm

Unicorn Theatre, 147 Tooley Street, More London, Southwark, SE1 2HZ (London Bridge tube)

 

Autumn 2009

We've been very busy over the summer, so here are some events you might be interested in, and a brief update.

Boy X, a free public performance

8pm, Thursday 24 September, Jacksons Lane, 269a Archway Road, Highgate, London N6 5AA (Highgate tube)

This is Arc Theatre's third play in their anti-knife crime trilogy. “Stereo” was the first, followed by “To Die For”. “Boy X” will be touring schools from September and this is one of the few occasions you'll be able to see it.

Summer 2009

Welcome to the Flavasum newsletter. Its aim is to keep you in touch with what we are doing and let you know about events and activities you might want to support. If you prefer not to receive it, please click newsletter and unsubscribe using the email address it was sent to.

 

Love Music, Not Knives!

Tottenham Carnival, Bruce Castle Park

Saturday 20 June, Main Stage, 4 to 4.30pm

 

Winter 2009

Welcome to the first newsletter from the Flavasum Trust. Its aim is to keep you in touch with what we are doing and let you know about events and activities you might want to support. If you prefer not to receive future newsletters, please click newsletter and unsubscribe using the email address it was sent to.

Theatre

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